Mon. Sep 26th, 2022

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday mocked Congress leaders who protested dressed in black on August 5 and said that those who believe in “black magic” will never win the trust of the people.
“Some people are turning to black magic because they are immersed in despair and negativity. We saw on August 5 that there was an attempt to spread black magic. These people think that by wearing black, their period of despair will end,” he said. the prime minister said.
He added that resorting to “black magic or superstitions” will not win people’s trust.
The Prime Minister was referring to the “black protest” in Congress last week when party leaders, including Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi, wore black clothes to protest against the government.
The protests were held over issues such as price gouging, increased GST on essential items, and unemployment.
While the male deputies of Congress wore black kurtas, shirts, scarves and headdresses, the female leaders also wore black saris or suits. The head of the party, Sonia Gandhi, who wore a patterned sari with a black border and a black blouse.
By dedicating the second-generation ethanol plant worth Rs 900 crore here, the Prime Minister also attacked certain opposition parties for engaging in giveaway policies, saying such things would only do the nation a disservice. , as they hinder investment in new technology.
(With contributions from agencies)

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